It is now 117 years since the Chiampo site was founded: today, the headquarters of Margraf processes over 400 types of marble and stone in the various plants, owns 10 quarries and boasts equally important figures as regards the transformation of blocks into slabs and the production of finished products.
In Carrara, stands our new storage blocks of natural stones. Marbles and quartzites, from all over the world in the world capital of marble. The deposit is located in Viale Zaccagna 25 (MS).
5000 m2 of surface
Shades ranging from gray, pink, to white, with veins of ivory white and coarse grain.
Forni Avoltru (UD)
Italian marble with shades ranging from dark gray, to pink, to white. Stone resistant to freezing, bending and abrasion.
Forni Avoltri (UD)
Marble characterized by rare flowering spots and golden veins on a warm background such as cream. Used since ancient times, its resistance and its soft and adaptable color in any environment, make it one of the most known and appreciated marble in the world.
The flowery spots, on the characteristic cream-coloured background, give the name to this particular type of marble. Antigeliva stone, suitable for indoor use.
Cream in color with lighter spots, this marble stands out from Botticino Classico for the greater presence of white and yellowish veins. The stone, resistant to frost, is tough and not crumbly, therefore suitable for use outside.
Nuvolera (BS) – Italia
Open-pit and tunnel quarry
Dark beige marble with more or less light fossil remains and rare whitish veins. Extremely compact and versatile.
Open-pit and tunnel gallery
Dark beige marble with more or less light fossils and rare whitish veins. Extremely resistant and versatile.
Repen is a very compact grey marble with more or less evident fossil remains. Extremely resistant and versatile.
Beige, medium-fine-grained marble with brown biofilm.
Custonaci, Trapani (TP)
Breccia Bohemien is a very compact orange red marble with white and reddish local veins
Selva di Progno (VR)